State of Washington Classified Job Specification
CIVIL ENGINEER 2
Drafts planimetric and topographic maps, as well as other special-use maps;
Acts as chief-of-party on surveying crew; makes third-order locations and traverses of property lines, right-of-way, section and sub-section lines; calculates plane coordinates and curve points and plots those in plats;
Conducts surveys of streams for amount of flow, quality of spawning beds, purity of water, and scouring under bridges and fills;
Supervises engineering aides, inspectors, and clerks and occasionally a graduate engineer;
Performs other work as required.
Knowledge and Abilities
Ability to: use sound independent judgment of difficult engineering problems; understand and interpret written and oral directions, maps, plans, drawing, specifications; supervise professional and sub professional personnel deal tactfully with government and industrial officials, conduct either a field or office engineering assignment from its conception to finish of the project; traverse rough terrain in all kinds of weather; travel frequently and for extended periods.
A Bachelor's degree with major study in civil engineering; provided that registration as an engineer-in-training may be substituted for college degree.
One year of professional civil engineering work, subsequent to required graduation or registration.
Class Specification History
Specification corrected 8-11-65
New class code: (formerly 60520) effective July 1, 2007